The Dork Report for April 18, 2006

Cute Overload is so… cute, it makes my teeth hurt. Warning: the Cats ‘n’ Racks category may be not quite safe for work. (guest submission from Cute-as-a-Bug-in-a-Rug Andrea)

How can I be sure you’re not pretender? I want you to love me tender. Fäbulous!

Childhood Renaissance. Favorites: Noodle Van Gogh, Christo, and Wrong Wrong Wrong! (guest submission by Dave)

That’ll teach this li’l future businesswoman of the future to think outside of the box.

Yulp… ugh… gugggh… ulp… oh god… BARF! Placentophagists may do well to look up some recipes.

Wow (again)! Watch the awesome Thank You for Smoking opening titles I noted in my capsule review. Typographica heroically identifies most of the fonts. (spotted on Kottke.org)

Prove your Biblical Scholarly mettle and expose ancient conspiracies with… little Flash puzzles: The DaVinci Code Quest on Google.

Doctor Who Season Two premiered on Saturday to excellent ratings, and with the neat bonus feature of a downloadable commentary track on the official site. Meanwhile, Season One is attracting a fraction of that audience in the US, and garnering lots of yeah-but reviews.

The prog-rock/film geek in me is scrambling to my Netflix queue: Steven Soderbergh revisits one of his earliest films in his Director’s Cut of Yes’ 9012Live.

The Doonesbury Year in Bushisms. In other words, Bushisms from Doonesbury this year.

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